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CONGRATULATIONS on deciding to have a destination wedding, but I'm sure you're wondering, "Ok, so now what?", right? That was me, too....

 

Well, now I can easily say that THIS INCREDIBLE FORUM will show you the light and answer that question with ease!!

 

BDW is, in a word, phenomenal.....here, you will find not only advice, tips and ideas from other brides-to-be, you will find an a-maaaazing network of smart, sweet, supportive members, who will gladly chime in with their honest thoughts and opinions regarding any questions or concerns you may have as you head toward the aisle for your BIG DAY!

 

CONGRATULATIONS on your upcoming wedding and WELCOME TO *the* one-stop, destination wedding planning heaven! wink.gif

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hi there! welcome!

i have been thru the majestic, and its an amazing resort!!!! i have vactioned at the gran bahia principe, and thats where i am getting married. when we vactioned to punta cana, our friends were staying at the majestic, located right beside our resort. so we spent a few afternoons over there. its a great place. very modern!

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Welcome! But don't rush it... Take your time and do things in steps. As the months tick down, you get overwhelmed (well at least I am) with all of the details. Planning, coordinating, etc... It can become a bit much. So while I know that feeling of angst to get to your wedding date. The road can be rough. Good thing you joined this forum now, there are soo many ideas out there!

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